66th U.S. JUNIOR AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP ® - Round of 64 Pairings
Updated 5:25 p.m. PDT
Match No.TimeTeePlayerHometownQualifying Score
8:30 am1Matthew PerrineAustin, Texas
John AugensteinOwensboro, Ky.
8:39 am1Alvaro OrtizMexico
Brad DalkeHobart, Okla.
8:48 am1Lucas HerbertAustralia
Brian CarlsonMadison, Conn.
8:57 am1Sam HorsfieldEngland
Dean SakataDiamond Bar, Calif.
9:06 am1Nick HardyNorthbrook, Ill.
Will GrimmerCincinnati, Ohio
9:15 am1Aaron TerrazasBluffton, S.C.
Wes ArtacKingwood, Texas
9:24 am1Sean CrockerZimbabwe
Austin ConnellyIrving, Texas
9:33 am1Zachary BauchouForest, Va.
Coleman SelfGreenwood, S.C.
9:42 am1Patrick MurphyCanada
Sahith TheegalaChino Hills, Calif.
9:51 am1Tyler MooreEscondido, Calif.
Zecheng DouPeople's Republic of China
10:00 am1Ryan RuffelsAustralia
Theo HumphreyGreenwich, Conn.
10:09 am1Davis RileyHattiesburg, Miss.
Chase JohnsonBarberton, Ohio
10:18 am1Brian MoggSammamish, Wash.
Luis GagneCosta Rica
10:27 am1William RegisterBurlington, N.C.
Trevor PhillipsInman, S.C.
10:36 am1Daniel ConnollySan Francisco, Calif.
Jacob JoinerAlbany, Ga.
10:45 am1Jim LiuSmithtown, N.Y.
Matthew LoweFarmingdale, N.Y.
10:54 am1Cameron YoungScarborough, N.Y.
Matt EchelmeierColumbia, Mo.
11:03 am1Jeremy WallBrielle, N.J.
Tyson ReederEdmond, Okla.
11:12 am1George CunninghamTucson, Ariz.
Mitchell SchowOgden, Utah
11:21 am1Cheng JinPeople's Republic of China
Jeffrey SwegleWest Des Moines, Iowa
11:30 am1Corey EddingsRoseville, Calif.
Will BernsteinNew York, N.Y.
11:39 am1Thaddeus Obecny IIWheeling, W.Va.
Jooho LeeCanada
11:48 am1Adam WoodZionsville, Ind.
Doug GhimArlington Heights, Ill.
11:57 am1William GordonDavidson, N.C.
Jake ShumanNeedham, Mass.
12:06 pm1Scottie SchefflerDallas, Texas
Spencer PaintonAurora, Colo.
12:15 pm1Cole BermanRosemont, Pa.
Maverick McNealyPortola Valley, Calif.
12:24 pm1Jack ComstockJacksonville, Fla.
Corey ShaunEncinitas, Calif.
12:33 pm1Benjamin GriffinChapel Hill, N.C.
Justin SuhSan Jose, Calif.
12:42 pm1Jorge Antonio GarciaVenezuela
Andy ZhangPeople's Republic of China
12:51 pm1Joshua SeipleCastle Rock, Colo.
Nick HeinenEdmond, Okla.
1:00 pm1Wilson FurrJackson, Miss.
Keenan HuskeyGreenville, S.C.
1:09 pm1P. J. SamiereKailua, Hawaii
Sam MeuretBrunswick, Neb.

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